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Private lives 3 : the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ people in Australia Adam O. Hill, Adam Bourne, Ruth McNair, Marina Carman and Anthony Lyons

By: Hill, Adam O.
Contributor(s): Bourne, Adam | McNair, Ruth | Carman, Marina | Lyons, Anthony.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Melbourne, Vic : Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, 2020Description: electronic document (128 pages) : PDF file: 2.8 MB.ISBN: 978-0-6488887-4-1.Subject(s): BISEXUAL | GAY | HEALTH | HEALTH SERVICES | LESBIAN | LGBTIQ+ | MENTAL HEALTH | SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS | SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR | SEXUAL HEALTH | SEXUAL ORIENTATION | SEXUALITY | TRANSGENDER | INTERNATIONAL | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Private Lives 3 (PL3) is the third iteration of the Private Lives surveys, with the first conducted in 2005 and the second in 2011. PL3 is Australia’s largest national survey of the health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people to date. It was conducted by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University. The survey provides vital information for health professionals, service providers, community organisations and governments to better understand and support the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ people in Australia. PL3 was jointly funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet. This report presents data from participants of PL3 who were living in Australia at the time of the survey. This report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the LGBTIQ population in Australia, based on data from PL3. It covers a wide range of topics such as households, mental health, use of health services, intimate partner and family violence, experiences of stigma and discrimination, and more. It is intended to provide a broad picture. However, where possible, results are broken down by gender identity and sexual orientation or other variables. While analysing all possible intersections is beyond the scope of this report, data are provided for people who report a disability or long-term health condition, people from multicultural backgrounds and variations according to geographical location, specifically whether people live in urban, regional or rural and remote areas. Please note that specific in-depth outputs are planned for the analysis and interpretation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data in close collaboration with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations. (From the document). Chapter 11 focuses on Intimate partner and family violence. Record #6958
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Private Lives 3 (PL3) is the third iteration of the Private Lives surveys, with the first conducted in 2005 and the second in 2011. PL3 is Australia’s largest national survey of the health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people to date. It was conducted by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University. The survey provides vital information for health professionals, service providers, community organisations and governments to better understand and support the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ people in Australia. PL3 was jointly funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet. This report presents data from participants of PL3 who were living in Australia at the time of the survey.

This report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the LGBTIQ population in Australia, based on data from PL3. It covers a wide range of topics such as households, mental health, use of health services, intimate partner and family violence, experiences of stigma and discrimination, and more. It is intended to provide a broad picture. However, where possible, results are broken down by gender identity and sexual orientation or other variables. While analysing all possible intersections is beyond the scope of this report, data are provided for people who report a disability or long-term health condition, people from multicultural backgrounds and variations according to geographical location, specifically whether people live in urban, regional or rural and remote areas. Please note that specific in-depth outputs are planned for the analysis and interpretation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data in close collaboration with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations. (From the document). Chapter 11 focuses on Intimate partner and family violence. Record #6958

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